well condensed


reduced in volume, area, length, or scope; shortened: a condensed version of the book.
made denser, especially reduced from a gaseous to a liquid state.
thickened by distillation or evaporation; concentrated: condensed lemon juice.
Printing. (of type) narrow in proportion to its height. Compare expanded ( def 3 ).

1375–1425; late Middle English; see condense, -ed2

condensedly, adverb
condensedness, noun
noncondensed, adjective
uncondensed, adjective
well-condensed, adjective
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condensed (kənˈdɛnst)
1.  Compare expanded (of printers' type) narrower than usual for a particular height
2.  botany designating an inflorescence in which the flowers are crowded together and are almost or completely sessile
3.  chem Also called: fused designating a polycyclic ring system in a molecule in which two rings share two or more common atoms, as in naphthalene

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Word Origin & History

c.1600, "made more dense," pp. adj. from condense. Of literary works, from 1823. Condensed milk attested by 1863.
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